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Discus and support How to set Windows 10 firewall rules to read-only, greatest back doors coded by MS Win10/11... in Windows 10 Ask Insider to solve the problem; My firewall Public profile inbound and out connection are configured to Block. I only use this profile, Domain and Private profile in and outbound... Discussion in 'Windows 10 Ask Insider' started by /u/13700k, Sep 18, 2022.

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    How to set Windows 10 firewall rules to read-only, greatest back doors coded by MS Win10/11...



    1. My firewall Public profile inbound and out connection are configured to Block.


    2. I only use this profile, Domain and Private profile in and outbound are configured to Block All.


    3. Outbound and Inbound rules only ALLOW for Core Networking.


    4. But whenever there are updates through Windows Update, Windows 10 will SELF MODIFY outbound and inbound rules, "SELF ALLOW rules" for apps like Your Account, Windows Search, Windows Shell Experience, Work or School account, Cortana, Desktop App Web Viewer and some other crap apps.


    5. The worse thing is, Windows doesn't notify you about this newly added in/out bound rules.


    6. Even after you set those newly added rules to BLOCK, another Windows Update will change them back to ALLOW.


    7. Windows Update can change a BLOCK rule to ALLOW, ignore the setting configured by user, this is unacceptable.
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    /u/13700k, Sep 18, 2022
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  2. Windows 10 Firewall won't keep my inbound/outbound rules

    Hi,

    I realize the inconvenience caused to you regarding the Windows Firewall. I will certainly assist you.

    I suggest you to restart the Windows firewall service and check if it helps.

    Follow the below steps for the same.

    • Press Windows key + R simultaneously for Run.
    • Type services.msc and then Enter.
    • Right click on the Windows firewall services and then restart the services and check if it helps.
    If the issue still persists then I suggest you to remove and then read the Windows fire wall rule.

    Hope this information is helpful. Please get back to us with the information required, if you need further assistance, we’ll be glad to assist you.
     
    Anup Karkal, Sep 18, 2022
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  3. Windows Firewall Forgetting Rules

    I've recently installed the latest version of Windows 10 in my PC. I've blocked and allowed some softwares in Windows Firewall. But Firewall keeps forgetting the rules in 1/2 days. For example, I've allowed Pro Evolution Soccer 2016 in Firewall. But in a
    few days, when I open the game, firewall sends message asking if I want to allow that app or not. Then after checking the allowed apps, I do not see that game in the list, which means firewall didn't remember the settings.

    Also, I blocked KMPlayer in firewall to prevent it from connecting to internet (it shows too much ads otherwise). So, I created inbound and outbound rules for KMPlayer and blocked the connection. After that, it was all okay for two days, then again it started
    showing ads, and then checking the rules, I didn't notice the rules there which I created two days ago. And this thing keeps happening. I make the inbound and outbound rules for KMPlayer, it stays all okay for a few days, and then it forgets again.

    So, what is wrong with the firewall and what is the solution of it?

    [Moved from: Windows / Windows 10 / Windows settings]
     
    Ninad Khan, Sep 18, 2022
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  4. How to set Windows 10 firewall rules to read-only, greatest back doors coded by MS Win10/11...

    How to see when Windows firewall rules were created

    The only seemingly relevant discussion which I have found with regard to the subject is the following

    Is there anyway to see when a Windows firewall rule was created/enabled using PowerShell v2 or CMD?

    However the discussion seems a little outdated. I can manage the Powershell, but before executing the code would like to ask MS experts to verify it. I dont need to see the firewall rules created in 2004. What I want is the list of firewall rules (both inbound
    and outbound) ordered by date and time of creation.
     
    Jimmy Bionic, Sep 18, 2022
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